Hartley Sawyer and Wilson Cleveland Headline New Wall Street Drama, “SPiN”

On February 6th Iris MediaWorks premiered its anticipated Wall Street short film drama, SPiN. The film starring Hartley Sawyer and Wilson Cleveland (Leap Year) is now available worldwide on several streaming, On Demand, and SVOD platforms as well as the dedicated website SPiN.

Set in the bustling newsroom of an upstart financial news network, Sawyer plays Scott Angelus, the ethically-ambiguous “Prince of Wall Street” who clashes with intrepid journalist James Locke (Cleveland), who is determined to prosecute and convict Angelus in the court of public opinion over the course of an intense 10-minute live interview.

“SPiN is like a cross between The Wolf of Wall Street, Frost/Nixon and The Newsroom condensed into a fifteen-minute film,” said Cleveland, who also serves as a writer and producer on the film. “I think there are five major plot twists that unfold in a very short amount of time.”

Shot on location in New York City, SPiN was Directed by Noah Workman, and written by Cleveland and Yuri Baranovsky, the creative team behind the popular Silicon Valley comedy series, Leap Year. Sawyer and Cleveland recently co-starred in the critically-acclaimed psychological thriller, KEPT MAN (2014) – Hartley Sawyer, WIlson Cleveland Thriller Short Film Kept Man. The film is produced by Patrick T. Rousseau.

Beginning today, SPiN is available worldwide on Vimeo On Demand and YouTube and will become available on Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, IndieFlix, iTunes, Google Play and others in the coming weeks. Visit SPiN for the latest information on where to watch SPiN.